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Redwolf5150

[*] posted on 10-11-2012 at 20:09
So-Called Christians in this country making Jesus proud.


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LSemmens

[*] posted on 10-11-2012 at 08:28
You'd Lose RW, Plagiarism is alive and well in the "Land of the (not so) Free! Enid should sue their pants, that is, after all, the "American Way". Even if she's not American, or still alive.....
Redwolf5150

[*] posted on 8-11-2012 at 23:33
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Originally posted by marymary100
It's well documented which came first. waveysmiley


My money is on the animated Great Dane.

nananana
marymary100

[*] posted on 8-11-2012 at 22:38
It's well documented which came first. waveysmiley
Redwolf5150

[*] posted on 8-11-2012 at 22:19
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Originally posted by marymary100
Yes, but it was plagiarised from Enid's Famous Five books...


Tell it to Hanna-Barbara

:D
marymary100

[*] posted on 8-11-2012 at 19:58
Yes, but it was plagiarised from Enid's Famous Five books...
Redwolf5150

[*] posted on 8-11-2012 at 13:58
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Originally posted by marymary100
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Originally posted by Redwolf5150
Karl Rove on Fox: "I'd have gotten away with it if it weren't for those meddling kids & their dog."
Enid Blyton gets read in America?


Actually that's a reference to that CLASSIC American cartoon Scooby Doo.

The villain would ALWAYS say that at the end when they were unmasked.

roffle
marymary100

[*] posted on 8-11-2012 at 07:10
Quote:
Originally posted by Redwolf5150
Karl Rove on Fox: "I'd have gotten away with it if it weren't for those meddling kids & their dog."
Enid Blyton gets read in America?
Redwolf5150

[*] posted on 8-11-2012 at 01:05
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Originally posted by scholar
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Originally posted by Redwolf5150
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Originally posted by scholar
Those doing "about the same"--did they notice that gasoline prices are about twice as high? That higher fuel prices means everything delivered by truck costs more?


Even Fox News said "The President can't control Oil Prices."

A President doesn't control oil prices, as such. But, his policies greatly influence them, pushing them upward or downward.

Take the high gasoline prices during part of George W. Bush's second term, for example. They had gone up with the disruptions caused by Hurricane Katrina. He suspended the requirements for each regional-seasonal gasoline formulation, which (when in effect) gives each area of the country an artifically limited gasoline supply, since the gas stations are only supposed to sell their own approved regional formulation. By removing this restriction, Bush influenced the gasoline price downward.

A President can put upward pressure on gasoline prices by being restrictive with respect to drilling on federal lands, and can put downward pressure on prices by being less restrictive on drilling. President Obama has acted against the interests of the United States with the excuse that, even if he approved drilling right now, it would take years before the oil would actually be brought to market. But, the fact is, if you set in motion a policy toward greater availability of oil, it shows up first in futures markets, and works backwards toward today's supplies, because no one wants to be holding on to huge stores of oil which was procuced earlier, if the price is dropping.

But, I do agree that the President doesn't control oil prices, and that some influences are outside his control Military conflicts that are disruptive inside other countries is one such example.


And how does any of that change the fact that ANY oil we pull out of the ground HERE has to go to the World Market to be sold BACK to us again?

You've beaten this tired "President's Policy Controls Oil Prices" horse until it is canned dog food and nobody here is buying your argument.

You're wrong.

Period.

Surrender before you start looking like you're raving and Ruby has to put you in a hospital.

:D
LSemmens

[*] posted on 8-11-2012 at 00:30
The President does NOT control oil prices here, or in Greater Europe, so, how come they have gone up here and in Europe?
scholar

[*] posted on 7-11-2012 at 23:38
Quote:
Originally posted by Redwolf5150
Quote:
Originally posted by scholar
Those doing "about the same"--did they notice that gasoline prices are about twice as high? That higher fuel prices means everything delivered by truck costs more?


Even Fox News said "The President can't control Oil Prices."

A President doesn't control oil prices, as such. But, his policies greatly influence them, pushing them upward or downward.

Take the high gasoline prices during part of George W. Bush's second term, for example. They had gone up with the disruptions caused by Hurricane Katrina. He suspended the requirements for each regional-seasonal gasoline formulation, which (when in effect) gives each area of the country an artifically limited gasoline supply, since the gas stations are only supposed to sell their own approved regional formulation. By removing this restriction, Bush influenced the gasoline price downward.

A President can put upward pressure on gasoline prices by being restrictive with respect to drilling on federal lands, and can put downward pressure on prices by being less restrictive on drilling. President Obama has acted against the interests of the United States with the excuse that, even if he approved drilling right now, it would take years before the oil would actually be brought to market. But, the fact is, if you set in motion a policy toward greater availability of oil, it shows up first in futures markets, and works backwards toward today's supplies, because no one wants to be holding on to huge stores of oil which was procuced earlier, if the price is dropping.

But, I do agree that the President doesn't control oil prices, and that some influences are outside his control Military conflicts that are disruptive inside other countries is one such example.
Redwolf5150

[*] posted on 7-11-2012 at 12:20
Karl Rove on Fox: "I'd have gotten away with it if it weren't for those meddling kids & their dog."
marymary100

[*] posted on 7-11-2012 at 07:03
Elected to the Senate today: first disabled woman, first openly lesbian woman, first Asian woman. Binder full of awesome.
Redwolf5150

[*] posted on 7-11-2012 at 04:27
Quote:
Originally posted by scholar
Those doing "about the same"--did they notice that gasoline prices are about twice as high? That higher fuel prices means everything delivered by truck costs more?


Even Fox News said "The President can't control Oil Prices."
delanti

[*] posted on 7-11-2012 at 03:26
If you don't have to earn the money to pay for it who cares?shocked_yellow
scholar

[*] posted on 7-11-2012 at 01:43
Those doing "about the same"--did they notice that gasoline prices are about twice as high? That higher fuel prices means everything delivered by truck costs more?
marymary100

[*] posted on 6-11-2012 at 23:23
According to CNN: 73% voters today were White, 13% Black, 10% Latino. Comparing to 2008 -1 for Whites, +1 Latino


Of those voters who were asked about the biggest economic problem facing “people like you,” 40% said it was unemployment, 37% said rising prices, 13% said taxes and 8% said it was the housing market.

Of those who voted today, 24% said they were doing better today compared with four years ago, 34% said they were doing worse and 41% said they were doing about the same.